Several years ago, I began reading the books of Psalms and Proverbs daily during my devotional time. By following a set schedule of readings, I have been able to read each book completely once a month. This daily immersion into … Continue reading Why You Should Read Psalms and Proverbs Daily
In 2006 Anne Holmes Redding converted to Islam, which wouldn’t be such a problem if it weren’t for the fact that she’s also an Episcopal priest at St. Mark’s Episcopal Cathedra in Seattle, Washington. Of her conversion, Redding said, “I am both Muslim and Christian. I’m 100 percent both.” According to her diocesan newsletter, her bishop, Vincent Warner, "accepts Redding as an Episcopal priest and a Muslim, and that he finds the interfaith possibilities exciting." The diocese of Rhode Island, which ordained Redding, begged to differ and suspended her for one year’s period of time, during which she was supposed to … Continue reading What Has Canterbury to Do with Mecca?
Today, in my Sunday school class, I spoke about Psalm 21, which prophetically depicts "Christ the Conqueror." Download lesson MP3. Download lesson outline. Continue reading Psalm 21: The Psalm of Christus Victor
Today, in the Open Bible Class, I spoke about "The Two Books of God" from Psalm 19. God has written two books–Nature and Scripture–and he wants us to read them both. Download sermon MP3. Download sermon handout. Continue reading The Books of God (Psalm 19)